At what stage of ontogenesis does the embryo consist of such cells? What can non-specialized cells give with the further development of the embryo?

All cells in the blastula are identical in structure and differ from each other only in the amount of yolk contained in them. Such cells that do not have signs of specialization and are not adapted to perform certain functions are called non-specialized. From different non-specialized cells, these or other organs and tissues may arise.

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